Diabetes is known to run in families. In case your grandfather had it, it might be possible for you to get it even if no one had it. Its a matter of expression of the genes carrying the diabetes in an individual.
Lets say you have a family history of diabetes then how likely is that you get it, my freind has diabetes and his mum and dad both have diabetes. Anyway of your parents do have diabetes does that mean you should cut down on the sweets or is it not inherited
Often lately, I've been rather light-headed and drained of energy after eating lunch (when I mostly notice it) right about 1 - 2 hours after eating. I'm currently overweight and concerned about blood sugar levels, and diabetes but, that all checked out okay on my last fasting lab 3 months ago. What could be the cause??
hi maam. I am Mrs jaggi From Raipur.My father who is 57 yrs of age has lichen planus in his oral cavity from past 2 yrs.angioplasty done 2wice .presently on tab. Family history : has 3 children and 1 brother and 5 sisters.Appetitite is sound and has sound sleep and no change in weight ,no diabetes and no asthma.Please Suggest medication as well as precaution for the same.
Why does Polcystic ovarian syndrome occur?Is it good to take glyciphage(a diabetes tablet )for that.. Gynecologist advised me to take that.she said that it is to reduce my weight. My body mass index is Normal. Then what effect this tablet will have on my pcod problem.. Please clarify me about this and also advise me on pregnancy... Thanks a lot
I am 50 years old and about to be taken off of my birth control pill that Iv'e been taking for desmynorhea. I am also type 1 diabetic and have managed it well. It works well with the ortha Novum 1/1/1 28 day birth control pill. My doctor wants to take me off because I'm 50. I do not want to because it works so well and has for many years. If I'm taken off I know my hormone levels will crash and my diabetes management will suffer. (Doctors tell me they are not related but I know They are related because I've lived it and learned to make the adjustments during my cycle for 35 years). If I'm taken off the BC pill, what is my best option to treat desmynorrhea and to keep the hormone levels at a healthy and balanced level at my age?
We have consulted a doctor and she has prescribed Tab Duphaston (10 mg) twice daily. Could you advise us of its purpose and if it has any side effects in long-term. We would really appreciate your advice on this.